Intermediate and Grammar Methods: A Series of Practical Home Studies in Pedagogy, Volume 2

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Interstate school of correspondence, 1909 - Correspondence schools and courses
 

Contents

THE COMPLETE PLANT
12
c The Root
13
d The Stalk
14
VARIETIES
15
b Fodder
16
HISTORY
17
APPLICATIONS
18
AIDS
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THE STUDY OF BIRDS PAGE 23 VALUE
20
TIME
21
TEACHERS PREPARATION
22
WRITTEN EXERCISES
23
CLASSIFICATION
24
FIELD WORK
26
b Habits
27
d Notes
28
PERMANENT RESIDENTS
29
MIGRATION
30
PUPILS RECORDS
31
NESTS AND YOUNG
32
ATTRACTING BIRDS
34
PRESSURE OF LIQUID
35
BIRDS IN LITERATURE
36
b Magazines
37
LESSON THIRTEEN ELEMENTARY SCIENCEContinued STUDY OF INSECTS INTRODUCTORY I REASONS FOR THE STUDY OF INSECTS ...
39
b An Insect Cage c A Collecting Bottle
40
THE MOSQUITO
46
THE SCREW
55
WORK BY GRADES
67
LESSON FOURTEEN
73
USES
74
SOIL WATER
80
DISEASES OF PLANTS PAGE 25 INJURIOUS EFFECTS
92
PRELIMINARY
93
RUSTS
94
SMUT
95
POTATO BLIGHT
96
MOLDS OR MILDEWS
97
OTHER DISEASES
98
DIRECTIONS
99
CODLING MOTH
100
THE SAN JOSE SCALE ΙΟΙ
101
OTHER INSECTS
102
INSECT ENEMIES 40 AID TO THE FARMER
103
a The Robin
104
c The Woodpecker
105
OTHER ANIMALS
106
DISEASEs
107
f Ammoniacal Copper Carbonate
108
WORK BY GRADES 47 INTERMEDIATE GRADES
109
TEST QUESTIONS
110
STUDY OF A STATE
123
MAPS
130
PICTURES
140
THE LITERARY ELEMENT
146
COMMERCIal Geography
148
VALUE
149
b Clippings
150
WORK BY GRADES 22 FOURTH GRADE
152
FIFTH Grade
153
EIGHTH GRADE
154
LESSON SIXTEEN HISTORY AND CIVIL GOVERNMENT HISTORY INTRODUCTION 1 WHAT HISTORY IS
156
RELATION TO OTHER SUBJECTS
157
b Art
158
IMPARTING INFORMATION
159
PATRIOTISM
160
USE OF Books
161
METHOD
162
a Selecting the Story
163
c Telling the Story
164
d Reproduction by the Pupils
165
RELATION TO READING
166
WRITTEN WORK
167
USE OF THE TEXTBOOK 17 WORK OF THE TEACHER
169
THE RECITATION
170
DATES
172
MILITARY EVENTS
174
INDUSTRIES
175
LOCAL Government
186
IMPORTANCE
187
USE OF THE TEXTBook
188
b Clippings
191
c Objects
192
FIFTH Grade
193
LESSON SEVENTEEN
199
GENERAL SUGGESTIONS
207
MOVEMENT
213
METHODS
214
PRELIMINARY EXERCISES
215
DEVELOPMENT OF FORMS
218
SMALL LETTERS
224
RELATION TO OTHER SUBJECTS
229
TEST QUESTIONS
231
LESSON EIGHTEEN CONSTRUCTION WORK REED MATS AND BASKETS 1 INTRODUCTION
232
MATERIALS
233
PRELIMINARY STEPS
234
THE DIFFERENT WEAVES
234
c Triple Weave
234
BASKETS
235
EXERCISES IN KNOTTING 7 TWINE HOLDER
236
SHOPPING BAG
239
KNOTTED WORK BAGS
244
HANDKERCHIEF OR WORK BAG
246
NAVAJO WEAVE
248
c Needle Basket
249
b Large Coil
250
PAPER AND CARDBOARD 16 VALUE
251
BASKETS
252
b Figure II
253
ENVELOPE FOLIO
258
ANILINE Dyes
265
JANUARY
271
PLAN
272
SECOND WEEK
277
THIRD WEEK
289
NATURE IN NOVEMBER
294
CONSTRUCTION WORK
302
THIRD WEEK
311
THIRD WEEK
318
FOURTH WEEK
319
THIRD WEEK
326
SECOND WEEK
332
SECOND WEEK
339
SECOND WEEK
346
THIRD WEEK
347
OPTIONAL PROBLEMS
354
METHOD OF STUDY
356
WHAT TO ATTEMPT
362
WATER
367
MEATS
373
d Ornamentation
381
e Unnecessary Purchases
382
OTHER Lessons
383
SUPPLEMENTARY LESSONS
384
TEST QUESTIONS
385
LESSON TWENTYONE MUSIC INTRODUCTION I EXPLANATORY
387
WORK OF FIRST THREE Grades
388
RHYTHM AND TONE
389
FOURTH GRADE 6 RHYTHM
390
TONE
392
MINOR MODE
394
TONIC CHORD
396
CHROMATICS
398
MINOR
399
PART SINGING
400
CHROMATICS
401
PART SINGING
402
SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADES 20 AIM
403
BASS CLEF
404
SIGHT READING
405
INTERVAL DRILL
406
VOICE
407
RHYTHM
409
DEFINITIONS AND TERMINOLOGY
410
COURSE OF ROTATION
423
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